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Microsoft began the rollout of new consumer features for Microsoft Teams today. People can now share documents, calendars, lists, and more through Microsoft Teams. These new features aim to make it so people don't have to jump through so many apps to coordinate with their friends and family.
Soon, you'll be able to see many more people at once in your Microsoft Teams meetings. Microsoft revealed today that it is increasing the number of viewable participants to 49 later this month, first in preview before rolling out to other users.
Microsoft Teams has seen quite a surge of growth with more people working from home, and Microsoft continues to bring new features to the platform. The latest include a couple of meeting features for free users, along with the option to set a custom background of your choosing in meetings.
As part of its Microsoft 365 announcements at Build 2020, Microsoft took the wraps off of several enhancements to Microsoft Teams. One of the highlights of these new features is the official launch of the Bookings app into general availability.
Microsoft Teams now lets you see up to nine people at once as a grid when in video calls. The feature was first announced in April, and it began a staged rollout shortly after. Also new in Teams is the "raise hand" feature, which lets you virtually raise your hand to be called in meetings.
In this guide, we'll show you the steps to understand how storage works on Microsoft Teams, as well as the steps to upload and share files with other colleagues and even integrate other storage services to the platform.
Fake Microsoft Teams alerts are being used by criminals to gain people's Office 365 login details. The attack uses cloned imagery and a site that looks like the Office 365 login page to trick people into entering their details.
The Microsoft Teams app for iOS is getting a little closer to feature parity with its desktop counterparts today. The app has picked up background blue for video calls, and it's slowly starting to roll out to everyone starting today.
Microsoft Teams has seen quite the surge in users over the past several months. In its Q3 earnings webcast, Microsoft said that it now has 75 million daily active users, up from 44 million users reported in March.